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An interview with Fr. Gian Matteo Roggio On April 20, this year, a Consistory declared that two of the visionary little shepherds of Fatima, Francisco and his sister Jacinta Marto, would be proclaimed Saints on May 13, on the occasion of Pope Francis’s travel to Portugal, for the hundredth anniversary of the apparitions of Our ...read more
What is the Message of Fatima? Deacon Pedro reflects on the main and most significant apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima. ...read more
Last week we looked at a quick summary of the Fatima Apparitions that took place between May 13 and October 13, 1917. Today I want to look at, specifically the content of the three secrets and the confusion regarding the consecration of Russia. Last week we learned that in Fatima, Mary appeared to three children, ...read more
Recently, we aired a program called The Faithful Traveler , hosted by Diana von Glahn. This particular episode focused on Fatima. A few days later we received a phone call from one of our viewers, Janet Cadieux, from Edmonton. Janet wrote that she had watched the program and heard the host say that the Church ...read more
Learn more about, and reflect on the life of Mother Mary with Deacon Pedro in his 5-part series, "Deacon-structing: Mary." ...read more
Learn more about, and reflect on the life of Mother Mary with Deacon Pedro in his 5-part series, "Deacon-structing: Mary." ...read more
Deacon-structing Mary - Part 3: The Rosary ...read more
Last week, we reflected a bit about Mary and especially on what it means that she is “Full of Grace”. Perhaps the best reflection on this is from Munificentissimus Deus, the Apostolic Constitution of Pope Pius XII that I mentioned last week, on the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. This excerpt is taken from ...read more
Sit down with Deacon Pedro, as he learns about and reflects on Mary in his three-part series "Deacon-structing: Mary." ...read more
Tonight on perspectives:  The pope receives a group of Japanese students, and Members of the European parliament  nominate Pope Francis for a Prize. ...read more